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The Salvation Army Responds to Chick-fil-A Cutting Off Its Charitable Funding

Chick-fil-A announced on Monday that the company decided to restructure its donations and stop giving money to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, the Paul Anderson Youth Home, and the Salvation Army — three organizations that believe marriage is the union between only one man and one woman.

CEO Dan Cathy expressed this same view in 2012, and the fast food restaurant faced boycotts, which didn’t hinder Chick-fil-A from becoming the number three fast food chain, even though it’s closed on Sundays.

Many Christians are disappointed and believe that Chick-fil-A has capitulated to the homosexual lobby. Chick-fil-A has denied this. The Salvation Army issued a statement on the matter.

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  1. Well, the Catholic Church says they love all and serve all, but as long as they don’t tell folks just what they want to hear, instead of showing concern about their lifestyle, they are still hated, aren’t they?
    The Alphabet groups don’t want tolerance–you have to be an absolute cheerleader for their lifestyle, or else.
    The Left won’t be happy until everyone joins this new religion which DOES require child sacrifice, either absolute at the local abortion mill, or little by little at the local school or library. Until the rest of us hand over our kids for indoctrination or worse, we will be Outcasts.

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